8 Strategies Animal “Rights” Thugs Are Using to Attack Animal Products

A columnist with Beef Daily posted a very interesting and scary blog post outlining 8 successful strategies animal rights terrorists are using relentlessly to try to undermine meat and other animal products. Form example, groups like Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) are using the COVID-19 virus as a means to make their case to shut down… Read More 8 Strategies Animal “Rights” Thugs Are Using to Attack Animal Products

Animal “Rights” Hooligans Kill Chickens During Farm Raid Down Under

Thirteen animal rights thieves with the NSW Hen Rescue have been charged by New South Wales police in connection with a raid they conducted on a chicken farm near Camden, Australia. According to News.com.au, the group of hoodlums stand accused of forced entry of a shed on a farm at Mowbray Road at Lakesland in… Read More Animal “Rights” Hooligans Kill Chickens During Farm Raid Down Under

40 Animal “Rights” Thugs Arrested at CA Egg Farm

According to the Associated Press, 40 animal rights thugs with the group Direct Action Everywhere (DxE) were arrested for involuntarily entering a Petaluma, California organic egg farm to for a vigil and sit-in and also document alleged cruel conditions farm chickens were living under including allegedly stealing the animals. The gangsters demanded being able to… Read More 40 Animal “Rights” Thugs Arrested at CA Egg Farm

Massachusetts animal “rights” group seeks to ratchet up state food prices

The animal rights-backed group Citizens for Farm Animal Protection (CFAP) filed an initiative in Massachusetts that, if enacted, will ban the use of confinement cages in the state. Specifically, MassLive reports the measure seeks to outlaw the use of extreme confinement and lifelong immobilization of farm animals such as veal calves, breeding sows and egg-laying… Read More Massachusetts animal “rights” group seeks to ratchet up state food prices

Study: Little difference in cage-free and non cage-free egg quality

A new study just released found little difference in egg quality when compared to eggs laid by cage-free and caged hens. The Wall Street Journal reports that while cage-free hens enjoyed higher mortality rates due to the less restrictive nature of their environment, their egg quality was no different than eggs laid by a caged… Read More Study: Little difference in cage-free and non cage-free egg quality